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High pitched buzzing from my Blue Yeti mic...

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Here's the sound: http://www.twitch.tv/ickzy/b/513866926

Any ideas what could be causing this? Tried searching and have seen suggestions about getting a powered USB hub. I've tried every USB slot as well as connecting it to a 15ft USB extension cable. Mic is attached to a shock mount + arm. Any ideas or suggestions?
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Here's the sound: http://www.twitch.tv/ickzy/b/513866926

Any ideas what could be causing this? Tried searching and have seen suggestions about getting a powered USB hub. I've tried every USB slot as well as connecting it to a 15ft USB extension cable. Mic is attached to a shock mount + arm. Any ideas or suggestions?

Maybe I'm going deaf, but all I heard was a very clear 'Testing 1, 2, 3" with no buzzing whatsoever.

I cranked up the volume too, same thing.
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I don't hear anything strange, either.
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That's... odd. I thought maybe it was something my dac/amp or DT990s was picking up, but I just listened to the clip on two other computers with basic audio and still heard it. There's definitely an audible constant buzzing/whining noise among the background noise of my cpu fans...
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That's... odd. I thought maybe it was something my dac/amp or DT990s was picking up, but I just listened to the clip on two other computers with basic audio and still heard it. There's definitely an audible constant buzzing/whining noise among the background noise of my cpu fans...

It must be below the floor, then, because, even with headphones I can barely pick out your fans, let alone any kind of noise. Could you do a recording in Audacity, or something, so we can download it and see/hear.
Edited by DVLux - 3/24/14 at 6:38pm
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